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  • Writer's pictureNevia D'Vorah

Triumph In And Through Hashem.  

Updated: Jun 18

This Newsletter Is About Triumph In, And Through Hashem.  

I sit here in a state of being in total awe.  

How great is our G-d.  

 

Devarim 30 

 THE BLESSING AND THE CURSE**

1 And it shall come to pass, when all these things have come upon thee, > The brocha and the kelalah ** < which I have set before thee, and thou shalt cause them to return to thy heart among kol HaGoyim, whither Hashem Eloheicha hath driven thee, 

2 And shalt return unto Hashem Eloheicha, and shalt obey His voice according to all that I command thee today, thou and thy banim, bekhol levavcha uvekhol nafshecha; 

3 That then Hashem Eloheicha will bring you back from the golus, and have compassion upon thee, and will return and gather thee from kol ha’amim whither Hashem Eloheicha hath dispersed thee. 

4 If any of thine be driven out unto the outmost parts of Shomayim, from thence will Hashem Eloheicha gather thee, and from thence will He bring thee back; 

5 And Hashem Eloheicha will bring thee into Ha'aretz which Avoteicha possessed, and thou shalt possess it; and He will do thee good. and multiply thee above Avoteicha. 

6 And Hashem Eloheicha will circumcise thine lev, and the lev of thy zera, to love Hashem Eloheicha bekhol levavcha uvekhol nafshecha; that thou mayest live [Yn 3:3]. 



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How it all began, and I received my divine calling.

From the moment G-d took the wheel back into His capable hands, a journey began, as if I had taken a seat in the Hully Gully.  

Not a day was more monotonous, no week was the same anymore. 

We were showered with blessings, and my divine calling began. Doors flew open, and a team was ready to assist me with speaking engagements, women’s days, and house gatherings. One evening, after a weekend full of surprises, while we were washing dishes together, I could not help but feel spoiled. Suddenly, Hashem spoke: ‘Will you remember this season, even when the next one arrives?’ Later, after a beautiful Esther Day gathering for women, Hashem said, ‘What I am about to do now, you may not understand, but it must be done!’ 

 

Divine Communication and Trust.

 

To make a long story short, from the blessing chair, where we could stay for a long time, it went to the story of Joseph. 

  

“From the blessing chair, where we lingered for a while, our path led to the story of Joseph. Suddenly, we transitioned from busyness to quietude, from having a team and friends to feeling abandoned. Opposition and accusations surrounded us, and I realized we had arrived at the PIT: People or Prophet In Training.  

  

P. = People of Prophet 

I. = In 

T. = Training 

 For such as be blessed of Him shall inherit Eretz; and they that be cursed of Him shall be cut off. 

During this time, we also received the Machanayim house, where I quietly served leaders and aspiring leaders. Initially, I even gave occasional speeches. However, like Joseph, we lost everything—including the house. Now, two years later, we still find ourselves in a silent bedroom, a place of introspection and deeper reliance on G-d.” 

 

In February 2024, I embarked on a fresh start by creating new LinkedIn and Instagram accounts. My previous LinkedIn account, which I had closed to embrace a period of quietude, boasted nearly 4.9K followers. 

  

Thus began my journey anew. And once again, Hashem entrusted me with prophetic messages to disseminate. However, the tragic events of October 7th, in my Homeland, which saw the loss of many lives and the capture of others, brought an influx of critical news. Amidst this, the task of conveying the Word gradually receded, as I found myself sharing all that unfolded regarding the situation in Israel. 

 


This morning, I experienced a profound spiritual experience that has led to deep reflection and a renewed focus on faith. Such moments can be transformative, guiding us to reevaluate our priorities and the direction of our lives.  

  

  

This morning, I faced a pivotal decision as Hashem spoke to me. He revealed that my focus had been divided between my homeland and those around me. I longed to be part of the communal discourse, to feel a sense of belonging with my people, to be included… My desires were many. 

  

Yet, G-d clarified that His wish was for me to place my trust in Him and to surrender my own agendas.

“I must take precedence,” He imparted, “I have a purpose for you and particularly for MY NATION! Should I yield to your desires now, I will soon cease to hold the paramount place in your life, and you will lose the ability to comprehend ME as you currently do.” 

  

When the LORD imparts such words, one is moved to tears of contrition and penitence. The soul recognizes the TRUTH in His speech, and this very soul suddenly experiences a profound craving for G-d once more. 

 

 In His Ruach Hakodesh He spoke to me:

"Israel, MY land, and MY people may also know that the "I AM" also asks of them to KEEP ME IN THE FIRST PLACE. 

As long as there is still a taste of 'worldly pleasure' in it, which "I AM" will not give victory over at all, - on the contrary, the more they try to please the world, the less the world will approve of them, - and the things that I WANT to give, will not become visible. 

But MY plan WILL continue, no one can stop that. 

In order to see and welcome Moshiach, I want to give MY Ruach Hakodesh 'Holy Breath' freely, and now is the time to prepare them for MY coming. 

A people who trusts ME so intimately, that the attitude of seeking the approval of all humanity, no longer manifests. 

I want to see an attitude of a desire to carry out MY plans, and to see the striving for MY approval. 

Moshiach energy is in 1st place for and about ME. Regardless of what is happening around you. 

MY NATION sending MY LIGHT to the 4 corners of MY world without asking if "people" like them. 

I do not expect YOU to judge humanity, I do expect you to step out of the teachings and customs of the world. There is too much unity in following worldly things and customs. 

I AM HOLY, SO BE HOLY (Not by might nor by power, but by my BREATH) YOU ARE COMPLETELY DIFFERENT! MY set apart people, MY set apart nation."

 

Hashem revealed to me Psalms 121, 124, and 137 immediately following His divine communication. Despite my exceptional memory, I find myself unable to recall where His words stand in Torah, — neither their location in the scriptures, nor their exact phrasing in His Torah. 

  

There was a time when envy crept into my heart towards guests on our radio show who could effortlessly recall scriptural passages. In my plea for understanding,  

I asked the LORD, “Why?” He responded in a serene voice, “So that your reliance on Me is complete, and you are assured beyond doubt that the ‘GREAT I AM’ has indeed spoken to you.” 

 

Tehillim 121 

  

1 21 (Shir HaMa’alot) I will lift up mine eyes unto the harim (hills), from whence cometh ezri (my help). 

2 Ezri (my help) cometh from Hashem, Oseh Shomayim v’Aretz. 

3 He will not allow thy regel to slip; He that is shomer over thee will not slumber. 

4 Hinei, He that is shomer over Yisroel shall neither slumber nor sleep. 

5 Hashem is the One shomer over thee; Hashem is thy shade upon thy right hand. 

6 The shemesh shall not strike thee by day, nor the yarei’ach by night. 

7 Hashem shall preserve thee from kol rah; He shall preserve thy nefesh. 

8 Hashem shall be shomer over thy going out and thy coming in from this time forth, and even v’ad olam. 

Tehillim 124 

1 24 (Shir HaMa’alot, [Song of Ascents] of Dovid). If it had not been Hashem Who was lanu (for us, on our side), now may Yisroel say; 

2 If it had not been Hashem Who was lanu, when adam (man) rose up against us; 

3 Then they had swallowed us up chayyim (alive); when their wrath was kindled against us; 

4 Then the mayim would have overwhelmed us, the torrent would have swept over nafsheinu (our nefesh); (Shir HaMa’alot, [Song of 

5 Then the mayim hazedonim (treacherous waters) would have swept over nafsheinu (our nefesh). 

6 Baruch Hashem, Who hath not given us up as a prey to their shinayim (teeth). 

7 Nafsheinu (our nefesh) is escaped as a tzippor (bird) out of the pach (snare of the fowlers); the pach is broken, and we are escaped. 

8 Ezreinu (our help) B’Shem Hashem Oseh Shomayim vaAretz. 

 

Tehillim 37 

1 7 (Of Dovid) Fret not thyself because of re’im (evildoers); neither have thou kina (jealousy, envy) of the workers of iniquity. 

2 For they shall soon be cut down like the khatzir (grass), and wither as the green desheh (herb, plant). 

3 Trust in Hashem and do tov; so shalt thou dwell in the Eretz (land), ure’eh emunah (and thou be pastured securely). 

4 Delight thyself also in Hashem, and He shall give thee the desires of thine lev. 

5 Commit thy derech (road, way) unto Hashem; trust also in Him; and He shall bring it to pass. 

6 And He shall bring forth thy tzedakah (righteousness) as the ohr (light), and thy mishpat (justice) as the tzohorayim (noonday). 

7 Rest in Hashem and wait patiently for Him; fret not thyself because of him who prospereth in his derech, because of the ish who bringeth wicked schemes to pass. 

8 Cease from anger and forsake chemah (wrath); fret not thyself in any wise to do rah. 

9 For evildoers shall be cut off; but those that wait upon Hashem, they shall inherit the Eretz (land). 

10 For yet a little while, and the rasha shall not be; yes, thou shalt watch his place, and he will not be. 

11 But the anavim (meek ones) shall inherit Eretz; and shall delight themselves in rov shalom (great peace; see Psalm119:165). 

12 The rasha plotteth against the tzaddik, and gnasheth upon him with his teeth. 

13 Adonoi shall laugh at him, for He seeth that his yom is coming. 

14 The resha’im have drawn out the cherev, and have bent their keshet, to cast down the oni (poor) and evyon (needy), and to slay such as be yishrei derech (upright ones on the road, that walk uprightly). 

15 Their cherev shall enter into their own lev, and their keshatot (bows) shall be broken. 

16 A little that a tzaddik hath is better than the riches of resha’im rabbim. 

17 For the zero’ot (arms, powers) of the resha’im shall be broken; but Hashem upholdeth the tzaddikim. 

18 Hashem knoweth the yamim of the temimim (blameless ones); and their nachalah (inheritance) shall be l’olahm (forever). 

19 They shall not be put to shame in time of evil; and in the days of famine yisba’u (they shall be satisfied, enjoy plenty). 

20 But the resha’im shall perish, and the oyvei Hashem (enemies of Hashem) shall be like the glory of the meadows; they shall disappear like ashan (smoke), they shall vanish. 

21 The rasha borroweth, and repayeth not; but the tzaddik showeth chonen (generosity), and giveth. 

22 For such as be blessed of Him shall inherit Eretz; and they that be cursed of Him shall be cut off. 

23 The steps of a gever (man) konanu (are ordered, made firm) by Hashem and He delighteth in his derech. 

24 Though he stumble, he shall not utterly fall; for Hashem upholdeth him with His yad (hand, power). 

25 I have been na’ar (young), and now am old; yet I have not seen the tzaddik forsaken, nor his zera begging lechem. 

26 He is ever chonen (generous, merciful; see verse 21), and lendeth; and his zera is blessed. 

27 Depart from rah and do tov; and dwell l’olahm (for evermore). 

28 For Hashem loveth mishpat, and forsaketh not His chasidim; they are preserved l’olahm; but the zera resha’im shall be cut off. 

29 The tzaddikim shall inherit Eretz, and dwell therein forever. 

30 The mouth of the tzaddik speaketh chochmah, and his leshon uttereth mishpat. 

31 The torat Elohav is in his lev; no steps of his shall slip. 

32 The rashah lieth in wait to ambush the tzaddik, and seeketh to slay him. 

33 Hashem will not leave him in his yad (hand, power), nor condemn him b’hishshafto (when he is judged, brought to trial). 

34 Wait on Hashem, and be shomer over His Derech, and He shall exalt thee to inherit Eretz; when the resha’im are cut off, thou shalt see it. 

35 I have seen the violently powerful rashah, spreading himself like an indigenous green tree. 

36 Yet he passed away, and hinei, he was no more; yes, I sought him, but he could not be found. 

37 Mark the blameless man and observe the yashar (upright); for the end of that ish is shalom. 

38 But the poshe’im (rebels, transgressors) shall be made shmad together; the latter end [i.e., future] of the resha’im shall be cut off. 

39 But the Teshu’at Tzaddikim is of Hashem; He is their ma’oz (stronghold, refuge) in the time of tzoros. 

40 And Hashem helps them and delivers them; He shall deliver them from the resha’im, and save them, because they take refuge in Him. 




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